East End Live

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This new one-day, ten-venue music festival has been put together by the people behind the East End Film Festival and the Independent Label Market. The line-up is an impressive mix of leftfield acts old and new, including art rock veterans like Pere Ubu, The Monochrome Set, Charles De Goal and Blurt, and a range of young talent covering everything from psychedelic krautrock and doom metal to punk and indie rock. Buy a ticket and pick up your wristband from The Griffin: it'll get you into all of the festival's events.

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Phil Bitis

Red Gallery ran FOUR HOURS late. We went along aiming to see Eaux and Toy (scheduled for 8:30 and 11:30). After waiting for 5 hours in Red Gallery we gave up and went home at around half midnight without having seen either of those bands. At about 10pm (the night was scheduled to run until 7am at this venue) they ran out of DRINKING WATER. I would suggest avoiding next year...